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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JfNtLifMBHiBai pXiLV MtHALb FRIDAY, OCTOBER if PAGE WINE FREE MAP AND INFORMATION ABOUT INLAND EMPIRE OF CANADA Central British Columbia Largest undeveloped area of good land on Korth American Continent. Wheat, mixed farming and stock raising. Gold, silver, coal. Mne climate. Fort George, at.junction of great rivers, headquar- ters for steamers, coming metropolis. Fort George is gateway to great Kechaco, Peace River, Bulkley, Fraser, Skeena Valleys. Half way between Prince Rupert and Edmonton, on line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. First Offering of Town guaranteed and insured by the government ol British. Columbia. Great and only opportunity to share in tremendous advance. Write today for full information. Natural Resources Security Co. yi WINCH BLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. HE WANTS BIG GAME Rooeevelt After Man- Eating Lions and Bull Elephants Nairobi, East .Africa, Saturday, September Roosevelt, ac- jcompanied by his son Kermit. Bd- [mottd Heller and R. J. Cunningham, jleft for Nyeri, jn the early days of j August, with the intention of getting la bull, cow and calf elephant. Al- though better elephants are obtain- able in the Nile country of Uganda, Col. Roosevelt wanted to get an ele- pliant in the Kei district, so that! (Heller could have a better chance in ;the cooler climate thereof, having the skin in good condition, i Majors Meaa and Loring were to go I to Nairobi and send off their bird and. collection to-day and then fit 'out their caravan for the expedition to the snow line of Mount Kenia EUGHTEOC? SunSy 9 Everyjaite Requires your No trouble with Sunlight Soap. Just follow the directions on the wrapper add Sunlight does the rest. Coats mucb- never injures hands or clothes. WALSH MAY REMAIN AT I IBERTY Result of Decision of U. S. Appellate Court Affects Banker Chicago, Oct. R. Wals'h, whose conviction of misuse ol funds of the' Chicago National Bank -was recently affirmed" by the TJ. S. Appel- late Court, may remain at liberty under bonds pending an attempt to appeal his ease to the Supreme Court of the United States. The decision making this possible re-, spectively, and made their first camp at Kamitiri ranch, which belongs to JHugh Peatley. They were to march by easy stages over the Ruiro river, the Narrigo river, (which was the j-scene of a diamond rush in which "proved fruitless) over the fme RUSSIAN BLUEJACKETS (concrete bridges at the Thika and Victoria, B. C., was jCbania risers, where the three would brought by the Tango Maru -that the isee a beautiful falls at the junction of Japanese sealing schooner Funakoshi [those two rivers, thence past Punda Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- WorcesteilFhire rooks Made-and) bottled in England OUR LETTER BOX. THANKSGIVING AT WARMER ing underclothing it is Cleanses and purifies. unequalled. ,To the Bditor Q{ thft Herald: Warner, Alta., Oct., twen- ;ty-fifth of October was Thanksgiving 200 feet high.) They started on the was following Mr. Selous on a mule, j Day ..from morning till evening in third and fourth of September, re- Suddenly his mule stepped on a huge j Warner. Almost the entire town and lion and as the mule swerved, Judd 'surrounding community turned Out fired from his hip with the rifle to publicly render thanks to God "for almost simultaneously the mule buck- His goodness, and for His wonderful ed him off and he landed flat almost'works to the children of men.-" It touching the lion. He thought his I.was indeed gratifying and was ia it- RANSACKED BY Maru, was overhhauled by the Rus- sian gunboat Shilka off Copper Is- Milia, which is the fine farm of Messrs. Swift and Rutheford. and land sealing grounds and ransacked to Fort Hall (native name Mara- by Russian blue jackets, cabins be- ing 'broken into and tobacco j Meanwhile Col. Roosevelt was''not and canned goods looted. Watches iidle and as already cabled, he has got and binoculars were stolen and tho a 'fine bull elephant, with tusks weigh- chrononi-eter smashed. When the ing about eight pounds each, boarding officers who announced their j Elcphaiit hunting is no child's play, i j intention of seizing the schooner went j for one must creep up "to within some was rendered in the Appellate Court _______ __ today, when Judge- Grosseup denied to secure a tow rope to schooner, feet of them or even nearer. the petition of the government to and. escaped, going to the Und, of course, if wind; of [the hunter or hear him, the chance of have the Walshjbond for can- celled. Mr. Walsh hitherto allowed to. travel about the country must now, however, remain in Chicago. The government's petition sets forth that Walsh-with' a sentence of five years imprisonment .confronting him and with plenty of money at his command, could well afford to leave the country, repaying--his bonds men. In answer counsel for the de- fence among .other things pledged Mr. Walsh's word that he would not attempt to leave the "United States and' that should, his petition for a re-hearing by "the Appellate court be denied and the V Supreme court go against him, he .would at once surrender himself. NEW BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED Devenporfc; Eng., Oct. new Indefatigable, the fourth, largest and improved battleship cruiser of the Invincible class, was launched today. Behring Sea. Steamer Tango Maru reached, port j his escape is small. There Is some- today from Yokohama with a few j thing very fascinating about ah ele- passengers, including Mr. Fisher, TJ. iphant hunt for the chanu-s are about S. -consul at 2few Chernang. The-even for the hunter and "the hunted- cargo totalled 1971 tons including j After getting Ms elephant, Col; 1200 bales of silk "worth WILL OFFER MABEE A BMG SALARY Toronto, Oct. is likely that the board of control will ask Chair- man Maybee, .on the Dominion' way Commission, to become corpora- tion counsel. "We have not much hope of his: accepting the said --ue of Roosevelt went towards" Mweru. .-here there is some good shooting. A uportsman recently came into Nyeri from Mweru (which is less than a day's march from who had encountered. a "charging man-reating lion, a charging.rhiriocerous, and an elephant, all within, twenty paces of each other. He shot the lion dead with" his first shot and then a rhin- ocerous charged and. fell "dead to a good shot, then his amazement a last hour had come and prepared to make a fight for his life, but to his self a cause for thanksgiving that all the people participated so heartily in surprise the lion did not move. Then i.thc services of the day. Upon this he suddenly realized that the beast '.common Thanksgiving' day, the peo- was dead. He :got up. and of the several religious, beliefs all met together in a common place to j it and found that his shot .had -enter- ed the eve and killed it instantly Tuxedo Pure Foods Demonstration i If you have not tried Tuxedo Coffee and Spices come in and see them demonstrated. WE CARRY SWIFTS HAM AND BACON AND LARD hthank their common Father foi their without leaving a mark on the skin, (common blessings. Mr. McMillan has taken the skin, home j Rev. j. Conner preached an ap- ipropriate sermon at eleven A.M. He to have it set up. On the Mwe'ru and-Nyeri, man-eating lions have been playing havoc; so that at last the govern- ment was forced to close the road to 'spoke of the 'great reasons that we, j J i as a people, have for being thankful, '.because of national prosperity, be- cause of individual prosperity and he- traffic'. It. is estimated that several of peace. He then, drew the hundred natives have lost their lives Attention of audience toj the i to the man-eating lions. Col. Roose- oats, buckwheat, peas, beans, j velt -therefore does the community special service with every lion he kills. potatoes, turnips, cabbage, etc., sam- ples of which were on a table is the front of the church, and said that our material blessings were 'v.-acy IS NOT PROBABLE great> But hc declared that FOY WILL RETIRE igpirituaj biessings were even land also more numerpus- Hon. F. Cochrahe Speaks of Cabinet When the noon hour arrived, the Give us a trial for your next grocery'order; we only carry the very best, and we guarantee prompt delivery. VINER FAMILY GROCERS Sherlock Block, Redpath Street 4 4. 4 4 Changes and Gillies Limit Sales tables in. the room" were C. P. R. GARDtNS Montreal, Oct. S. Dunlop, chief of the floral department of the C.-P. this week is sending out 2000 packages of bulbs, Ottawa, Oct. Free Press well loaded with good things to cat. I hyacinths, narcissus, etc., represent- i And from twelve to two o'clock :iDOUt half a million bulbs to station asked Hon. Frank Cochrane, Minister j of Mines in the Ontario Government, who is in Ottawa, about the changes in the Whitney Government. 'And from twelve to two o'clock aoout hundred hungry people were serr- section foremen and others. DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE TALKING London, Oct. corresponiTit of the Financial News describes rthe recent messages from Canada concern- ing ship building enterprises -in the j. v _-_ free Dinner aTe uow on' the i Dominion as? canaros and says ..that 'Has there been :any talk of Hon. Mr. Foy Agoing :tback into private the reporter inquired. possible by the ladies ir-'- -P- system and y-ar pmb-j Harland and Wolff will do nothing communitv. prize of for each division' until their representative ret-iras'arid in the afternoon, the people in the east .viil be offered f-r the best reports. He says capital .in the church for a praise '..gardens as is in of the venture in the-last message divisions. I from Ottawa was wildly exaggerated. the controllers -this morning, "but we bull elephantlappeared, and he shot it are prepared to offer him a year, an advance of on salary, Many strange things happen in the we are prepared- to offer Mr. Dray- 'chase in British East Africa. When ton, crown attorney. It would be a Selous and Mr. McMillan were "There has assembled. 'service. Many were the expressions the !of- gratitude, and indeed all never been anything i t P of the heart was not, have heard of that is at all great help to Toronto if he wojuld ac- cept. Don't, think -we could get a better man in the Dominion." out in-this district, accompanied by Judd, the professional hunter, iihey. were after lions, and one -day Judd that I Mr. Cochrane replied. "Of course I do not suppose that Mr. Foy is any more anxious to retain office than I am, but I have never heard anything about his stepping out." faru! could not, be expressed in words. !At this service, several expressed to become Christians. The Free comparison which Mr. rane hadijust made was not very defi "Oh, well, guess knows about how am to remainm Seven-thirty was the time for the final service of the day. After the regular opening services, Marie Con- recited a thanksgiving selection. Then Rev. A. T. Nash gave an ad- !drees, especially'to the young men. 'tie said that we should be thankful upon whom we are depend- AT CHIN f my Present capacity" the there ;are for Q S things which one looks on as a duty, depencieilt for j he added. d w and-finallv we I L i "What do vou think ol t-he deals Chin Hotel and General Store The first applicant who will contract to provide either a hotel or a general store that will meet the requirements of this new town will be pre- fientecl with two regular lots right in the center of the town absolutely free. This advertisement is published in only a few towns near Chin, -where no argument is necessary to show the opportunity offered. Somebody will grab up both chances quickly. Remember! The first man to sign up with us gets the free lots. Your chance is as good as the next man's if you act at once. The sale of business and residence lots is now on in earnest Chin has as good prospects for growth, and increase in value as War- ner which we started years ago and which has had over 300 increase on real esiate values. The surrounding fanning community is demanding this town of Chin. They are anxious to have a nearer market than Lethbridge 18j4 miles and Taber miles away. Two lumber yards are established. An elevator is assured and the immediate success of the is certain. Don't Delay if you want a good business lot free for a hotel or a general store. First man to qualify and sign contract for to be the lucky fellow. which' have recently been put through 'by which Mr. M. J. O'Brien and oth-i jers have bought at great profit por-, jtions of the G-illics Limit Hon. j i 'Mr. Cochrane was asked. "Well, some one has got to 'get the was his reply to this. "T on- ly hope that they make all they ex- I jpect from their properties and morej'' Mr. Cochrane continued, "for! on whatever they make the province jwill receive its ten per cent, royal- j jty-" Hon. Mr. Cochrane is in Ottawa in j i connection with Government business. Hit was intended that Hon. Mr., si-ould be thankful for pur fellow-men upon xvhom we also greatly de- pendent. He then declared that a and women was, next to the 'siuiiy of the life of Jesus Christ him- jsr-lf, greatest possible incentive to And he closed his rt-.- a eulogy upon the life of McKin- jley. Rev. Conner then took charge and urged the young men in particu- lar to make their lives measure up. to those of truly great men, and nev- er lose sight of Jesus Christ, The Maa ftiDor.c ineii. j rt The dav was a busy one, but also Reaume should have come -to Ottawa. Wcsscd-OTC for the'people of. War- ncr All the services were exception- 'ali well attended, the church being !practically full three times, and nev- !er entirely empty with the exception I of a couple of hours just before the but the plans were changed and Mr. Cochrane came instead. STRATH MO RE I If Three Lots Free To stimulate immediate sales we are going give away three lots. Every purchaser.of a lot, regardless of price, will stand a chance of getting a present of a lot, by guessing- the nearest number of lots sold up to the time the fifty per cent increase takes place. The first purchaser to guess the exact number, or nearest to the exact number of lots sold will receive a lot, the second nearest in number will receive the and the third one the lot A Fifty Per Cent Increase Assured Four months from the date of the first pay- ment registered, the prices of lots throughout the town of Chin will be advanced one half regardless of any condition that may exist at that time. This fact assures every purchaser a profit of at least fifty per cent as he can at once re-list his lots for sale by our company. Tnere is no chance to lose and absolutely 50 per cent to gain and possibly considerably more. (From The News.) evening service. (Mr. Christ ia-nst-n. of _.( offering box was provided has just trlm-shKl his first crop. which were the words, "My sisting "i spring, wheat- and oats this ofiering will help to establish week. Sixty acrf-s of oats crown on'a rtraonc: room in Warner." And. at last year's breaking yielded him an ciosc of the evening service when average of 99 bushels per acre. One was opened, it was found to field of -his spring wheat yielded him contain fifty dollars. Thank God for an av: rag'- of 43 bushels, and that a Thanksgiving Day. of Is is which was seeded Yours, early in April yielded him an avf-r-' One Who Enjoyed Services. K I ;jg.- of 51 bushei.s. This will be I i interest to a great many "of Mr. Chris- MEANS TEACHING OF jtiansen's friends and neighbors for MURDER, HE SAYS i the reason that 'he lias very decided Ottawa, Oct. D. j ideas of his own as to the way j soil wliouiu be- prepared for a crop, f and at tlie present time of us j j are prepared to dispute "his Congenial Clothes A young man's credentials to society are signed Hs clothes, The youth just verging oh man's estate prefers PROGRESS BRAND CLOTHING because it has the cut, finish, dash and style, congenial to V Hs youth. The master creations of artistic genius are reflected in our advanced styles. guirtnttil by ft. MIEBERG t CO., LIMITED, Sold with u by McKelvie McGuire, Lethbridge. 49 of tho American Federation of Min- j fonay-made! in an asserti0ns: not approve Of the L-mieux One of the largest Land deals of the Act_ the government generally favors I j season was closed on Thursday by our lhe capitalists. J regard the estab-- Pictures 1 For an Heir 2 Obliged to Consent 3 Feminine Hate Contiguous Performance Miss Orma Orton The dalntv sonbretie The Barton Sisters The Girls with the Dancing Feet If you -want a good investment or a good business open- ing sign die coupon. Residence lots to business lots, to The O, W. Kerr Co. Third Nicoliet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. LETKBRIDGE, ALBERTA THE KERR CO.. Minneapolis Gentlemen: Please send me full in- formation regarding the new town of Chin and the opportunities 'or making' money there. Also send plat, prices of residence ar.d business lots and application blank. Name. Town. local real estate, man, Mr. Frank T. j !ishment Of a Canadian navy as a McEthoes. E. E. Green and three! associates of Missoula, Montana, in- corporated as the Strathmore Farm Company, of which Mr. is the and will develop and .operate about acres of choice farm land situated about four miles east of town. Mr.'Green conies very well recommended, having been prin- cipal of the high, school in the city of Ulissoula for the past three years. He has been in Strathmort- for some time past looking after thee interests of the company. very expensive luxury iiu t'liink it would -cost Our Lady of Snows j too much. The Canadian Federation in my opinion is not strong enough i to stand alone. j "I am opposed to military training in the schools of Canada. This is j advocating teaching in the schools tho art of murder." It will pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 RESIGNATION RECEIVED Ottawa. Oct. Marci1, of the Commons, has received the resignation of A. K. member for Luncnburg, N. S., who is vo be- come attorney general of Nova Sco- tia in success to the Inte W. T. P'pes UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ;